IPL 2021 Records, Winners List

First Published on April 10, 2021 || Last Updated on May 24, 2021 by Prashant Chaturvedi

IPL 2021: Daily Current Affairs plays an important role in every competitive exams like Banking, SSC, Railways, UPSC, State PSC, Technical Exams AAI, DRDO, FSSAI, NTPC, BHEL, ONGC, etc. A student can score full marks in current affairs if he/she is well versed with latest current affairs 2021. Here in this article we are sharing IPL 2021 Records, Winners List, History, Man of The Match, Man of The Series Awards. This is very useful for various competitive exams.OneiroEduTech

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IPL 2021 or IPL 14 is the 14th edition of the IPL since 2008. The First edition of IPL was played in 2008. The Indian Premier League (IPL) is a professional T20 cricket league in India. IPL was founded by BCCI in 2008. In 2010, the IPL became the first sports in the world to be broadcast live on YouTube.

IPL 2021

The current IPL Champion is the Mumbai Indians, who won IPL 2020 season. Mumbai Indians is the only team that won 5 IPL titles (2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, 2020). Virat Kohli (Royal Challengers Bangalore) scored the most runs (5878 Runs) in the IPL history and Lasith Malinga (Mumbai Indians) took the most wickets (170 Wickets) in the IPL history.

IPL 2021 Records, Winners, Stats

• Maximum Runs:
• Maximum Wickets:
• Player of the Series:
• Man of the Match (Final):
• Most Valuable Player:
• Emerging Player of the Year:
• Fair Play Ward:

IPL 2021 Venue:

• Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata

IPL 2021 Schedule:

• 9 April to 30 May

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IPL 2020 Records, Winners, Stats

KL Rahul (Kings XI Punjab) scored the most runs (670 Runs) in the IPL 2020 season and Kagiso Rabada (Delhi Capitals) took the most wickets (30 Wickets) in the IPL 2020 season. Rohit Sharma became the second player to play 200 games in the Indian Premier League. Rohit achieved the feat against Delhi Capitals in the IPL 2020 final on 10 November 2020. MS Dhoni is the first player to play 200 games in the IPL. Trent Boult won the Man of the Match award in the final match of IPL season 2020.

• Maximum Runs: KL Rahul (KXIP)- 670 Runs
• Maximum Wickets: Kagiso Rabada (DC)- 30 Wickets
• Player of the Series: Jofra Archer (RR)
• Man of the Match (Final): Trent Boult (MI)- 30/3
• Most Valuable Player: Jofra Archer (RR)
• Emerging Player of the Year: Devdutt Padikal (RCB)
• Fair Play Ward: Mumbai Indians

Total Teams in the IPL 2021:

There are 8 teams that participated in IPL 2021.
• Chennai Super Kings (3 Titles- 2010, 2011, 2018)
• Delhi Capitals (No Title)
• Kings XI Punjab (No Title)
• Kolkata Knight Riders (2 Titles- 2012, 2014)
• Mumbai Indians (5 Titles- 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, 2020)
• Rajasthan Royals (1 Title-2008)
• Royal Challengers Bangalore (No Title)
• Sunrisers Hyderabad (1 Title-2016)

Barred Teams:

• Deccan Chargers (1 Title- 2009)
• Kochi Tuskers Kerala (No Title)
• Pune Warriors India (No Title)
• Rising Pune Supergiant (No Title)
• Gujarat Lions (No Title)

Matches Played in the IPL History:

2008 Season- 60 Matches
2009 Season- 59 Matches
2010 Season- 60 Matches
2011 Season- 74 Matches
2012 Season- 76 Matches
2013 Season- 76 Matches
2014 Season- 60 Matches
2015 Season- 60 Matches
2016 Season- 60 Matches
2017 Season- 60 Matches
2018 Season- 60 Matches
2019 Season- 60 Matches
2020 Season- 60 Matches
2021 Season- 60 Matches

Host Nation in the IPL History:

2008 (Host Nation)- India
2009 (Host Nation)- South Africa
2010 (Host Nation)- India
2011 (Host Nation)- India
2012 (Host Nation)- India
2013 (Host Nation)- India
2014 (Host Nation)- India, UAE
2015 (Host Nation)- India
2016 (Host Nation)- India
2017 (Host Nation)- India
2018 (Host Nation)- India
2019 (Host Nation)- India
2020 (Host Nation)- UAE
2021 (Host Nation)- India

Player of the Series in the IPL History:

2008- Shane Watson- 472 Runs, 17 Wickets (Rajasthan Royals)
2009- Adam Gilchrist- 495 Runs, 18 Dismissals (Deccan Chargers)
2010- Sachin Tendulkar- 618 Runs (Mumbai Indians)
2011- Chirs Gayle- 608 Runs, 8 Wickets (Royal Challengers Bangalore)
2012- Sunil Narine- 24 Wickets (Kolkata Knight Riders)
2013- Shane Watson- 543 Runs (Rajasthan Royals)
2014- Glenn Maxwell- 552 Runs (Kings Xi Punjab)
2015- Andre Russel- 326 Runs, 14 Wickets (Kolkata Knight Riders)
2016- Virat Kohli- 973 Runs (Royal Challengers Bangalore)
2017- Ben Stokes- 316 Runs, 12 Wickets (Rising Pune Supergiant)
2018- Sunil Narine- 357 Runs, 17 Wickets (Kolkata Knight Riders)
2019- Andre Russel- 510 Runs, 11 Wickets (Kolkata Knight Riders)
2020- Jofra Archer- 10 Wickets (Rajasthan Royals) (Economy-4.34, lowest in IPL history)
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Most Runs in the IPL History:

2008- Shaun Marsh- 616 Runs (Kings XI Punjab)
2009- Matthew Hayden- 572 Runs (Chennai Super Kings)
2010- Sachin Tendulkar- 618 Runs (Mumbai Indians)
2011- Chris Gayle- 608 Runs (Royal Challengers Bangalore)
2012- Chris Gayle- 733 Runs (Royal Challengers Bangalore)
2013- Michael Hussey- 733 Runs (Chennai Super Kings)
2014- Robin Uthappa- 660 Runs (Kolkata Knight Riders)
2015- David Warner- 562 Runs (Sunrisers Hyderabad)
2016- Virat Kohli- 973 Runs (Royal Challengers Bangalore)
2017- David Warner- 641 Runs (Sunrisers Hyderabad)
2018- Kane Williamson- 735 Runs (Sunrisers Hyderabad)
2019- David Warner- 692 Runs (Sunrisers Hyderabad)
2020- KL Rahul- 670 Runs (Kings XI Punjab)
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Most Wickets in the IPL History:

2008- Sohail Tanvir- 22 Wickets (Rajasthan Royals)
2009- RP Singh- 23 Wickets (Deccan Chargers)
2010- Pragyan Ojha- 21 Wickets (Deccan Chargers)
2011- Lasith Malinga- 28 Wickets (Mumbai Indians)
2012- Morne Morkel- 25 Wickets (Delhi Daredevils)
2013- Dwayne Bravo- 32 Wickets (Chennai Super Kings)
2014- Mohit Sharma- 23 Wickets (Chennai Super Kings)
2015- Dwayne Bravo- 26 Wickets (Chennai Super Kings)
2016- Bhuvneshwar Kumar- 23 Wickets (Sunrisers Hyderabad)
2017- Bhuvneshwar Kumar- 26 Wickets (Sunrisers Hyderabad)
2018- Andrew Tye- 24 Wickets (Kings XI Punjab)
2019- Imran Tahir- 26 Wickets (Chennai Super Kings)
2020- Kagiso Rabada- 30 Wickets (Delhi Capitals)
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